The way to boil a frog is a historical tale and a useful metaphor to explain many forms of change that may be positive or negative. This can be at a personal, organisational or societal level. To boil a frog it is firstly important to know how not to boil a frog, and that is … Continue reading How do you boil a frog?
The notion of 'disability' has radically changed within my lifetime, as well as the level of stigma that is attached to it. In the 1980s, no one but those who were significantly impaired and therefore unable to hide their conditions would deliberately wish to be regarded as 'disabled'. Nowadays, everyone seems to want to be … Continue reading The workshy justify themselves as ‘disabled people’
A Changing Place is a toilet designed for children and adults with additional toileting needs like those who wear and use nappies or pads as well as having physical difficulties. These toilets often include a bed and a hoist so individuals can have their nappies changed comfortably as well as the opportunity to use the … Continue reading Changing Places should not be used to demonise those who use nappies